anonymous
  • anonymous
Why do objects float in liquids denser than themselves?
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chestercat
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sohailiftikhar
  • sohailiftikhar
..so when something will be denser than water it means it has a greater surface tension which helps it in floating on water surface
anonymous
  • anonymous
The bouyant force is the one causing the object to float, it acts upward and balances de weight of the object. |dw:1433515034504:dw| this force depends on the density of the fluid, look for "archimedes principle" or "bouyant force" in your book/notes/internet !

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